News in Brief – 8/4/10
Rep. Evans to hold public meetings
COLUMBUS — State Representative Clyde Evans (R- Rio Grande) will hold open door public meetings for constituents in southern Ohio.
The meetings will provide an opportunity for the general public to discuss their views and opinions with Rep. Evans on state government issues.
The following meetings will be held at the following times on Thursday:
9 a.m. at the Community Building in McArthur, in Vinton County
11 a.m. at the Markay Cultural Arts Center in Jackson, in Jackson County
2 p.m. at the Proctorville Library, in Lawrence County
4 p.m. at the Bossard Memorial Library in Gallipolis, in Gallia County
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ at the Paramount
ASHLAND,Ky. — Arthur, King of the Britons is looking for knights to sit with him at Camelot.
His journey begins at the Paramount on Sunday at 4 p.m. during the Second Sunday Film Series. This hilarious 1975 comedy features a variety of twists and turns with unique characters like the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir Lancelot and the quiet Sir Bedevere on their search for the Holy Grail.
This movie can help visitors “always look on the bright side of life.” Tickets can be purchased day of show and doors open at 3:30 p.m. For more information, call the box office at 606-324-3175 option 2 or visit Paramountartscenter.com.
Huddleston Bolen partner honored
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Huddleston Bolen is pleased to announce that Scott Sheets has been named to the Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition for 2010 in the area of labor and employment law.
Sheets, who has been a partner with the firm in the Huntington office since 1994, practices in the areas of labor and employment law, employment litigation and general commercial litigation. He is a member of the national and state legal bars as well as of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.
Sheets has been recognized for his work in Chambers USA, a nationwide guide of leading lawyers and firms, Best Lawyers, the oldest peer review publication in the nation, and in the publication of West Virginia Super Lawyers.
Attorneys selected as Super Lawyers are first recognized by their peers and then approved through third party research as well as by a “blue ribbon” panel of national, leading attorneys.
Selections are based on professional as well as civic achievements, and only five percent of lawyers from each state end up representing the final list.
Super Lawyers publishes its Corporate Counsel edition six times a year to recognize leading business lawyers from across the nation.
PublishAmerica presents King Lesserlight’s Crown
PublishAmerica is proud to present King Lesserlight’s Crown: A Children’s Story for Grownups, Too by Charlie W. Starr.
A terrible Gloom steals King Lesserlight’s heart and replaces it with an old ticking clock. Neither Poppy nor Perfect, who live in a slanted house, nor Lady Westwind, whose home leads to many countries, nor Jester, whose daylight astronomy involves “shooting stars,” nor the Shepherd of the floating pools can say what’s become of King’s Joy. Princess Snow tells King his heart is gone while Dancing Sun shares his pain. In the Lore Lord’s Valley, King receives a new heart but isn’t healed. He wanders through mysterious caves, rides a flying moose, and visits Jack through all his yesterdays. But none of these encounters restore his heart or help him find his lost Joy. His only hope is to go to the Castle of the Child. There, among rainbow fountains, moving paintings, playful hippos, mighty whirlwinds, flying pigs and the beautiful, magical Child himself, King Lesserlight’s adventures really begin.
Charlie W. Starr lives in Grayson, Kentucky where he loves to teach, write books, make movies, read C. S. Lewis, watch TV and explore caves. Charlie has a “full of life Cajun wife,” Becky, and two children: Bryan, who loves making movies, and Alathia, who loves making music.
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